We were just counting Andrew Moseley down at about 610,000 when he and Pierre Ayme took a heads-up flop. It would be the last of Ayme's day. It came , and Ayme got the last ~70,000 of his chips into the middle quickly. Moseley shrugged and called just as quickly, and the cards were on their backs.
Moseley was behind, but he had the only spade and a few other win possibilities. The turn was a blank, but the dropped on the river to send Ayme on his way. He spun away from the table, and Moseley simply said, "Unlucky," as he collected the last of Ayme's stack.